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BS6 CFMoto 300NK Teased Ahead of Launch; Nepal Launch Soon

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CFMoto is all set to launch the BS6-compliant 300NK in the Nepalese market. CFMoto has announced via social media that it will launch the 300NK as a BS6-compliant engine very soon. CFMoto had earlier plan to launch its BS6-compliant lineup in April 2020 but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic put a grouch on its schedule. The company hasn’t revealed more details yet, but the sport-naked motorcycle is expected to arrive towards the end of February.

According to the BS4 compliant, the 300NK is powered by a 292.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produced 34hp/20.5Nm. We can expect the BS6 model to return similar performance figures. CFMoto 300NK is occupied with disc brakes in the both end while the dual-channel  ABS comes as a standard braking system. The kerb weight of 300NK is 151 Kg which includes Tubeless Tyre and Alloy Wheels. 

CFMoto 300NK is also equipped with features such a full-digital instrument console, LED lights, USB charger and USD forks. Other features like the trellis frame, USD fork and monoshock are expected to remain same while the TFT display with Rain and Sport modes is expected come in this new version as well. The bike might receive new colour options along with new body graphics too. It will continue to be paired with a 6-speed gearbox but there will be no slip and assist clutch.

The BS6 CFMoto 300NK is expected to cost slightly more than the BS4 version. We haven't seen CFMoto 300NK yet in the Nepalese market but we can expect the upcoming BS6 version to be even more affordable as hinted by the brand.  Once launched in Nepal, it will take on the likes of KTM Duke 250 and BMW G310R. According to the latest  auto news, the manufacturer are also planning to launch an electric motorcycle in Nepal in the near future.

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